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Aug 7, 2011 10:00am EDT
on "state of the union" i spoke with forbes chairman steve forbes and former obama adviser larry summer, who despite differences both agree they see politics in s&p's move. >> it is a political move and i think it's really -- it will sound strange for me to say it -- an outrageous move. the government can pay its debts. it's got the wherewithal to do it. in a larger sense about the economy, i think the u.s. economy is in a perilous state. this recovery has been the worst from a severe recession since the great depression. i'm surprised s&p would pay politics. >> s&p's track record has been terrible. as we've seen this weekend, its arithmetic is worse. there's nothing good to see about what they've done. s&p said to sell. warren buffett said to buy. that should tell you something. >> you can see my entire interview with summers and forbes at noon eastern here on cnn. >>> syrian troops have reportedly targeted the city of dara sore ray in an escalating crackdown on anti-government protesters. the arab leagued urged them to halt the violence. >>> four nato soldiers were killed in eastern and so
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